Chair Furniture. Tuesday , December 19th , 2017 - 16:03:41 PM
There are so many types of antique chair furniture that have been made throughout the centuries. There are antique Chippendale chairs, antique barber chairs, antique Morris chairs, antique shaker furniture, and wicker chairs. With your current budget, what do you think is your top priority? Is it quality over cost or is it the other way around? Well, theres always a more affordable choice for you - Victorian period chairs are good choices. These have immense sizes with upholstered rounded seats. The style could range from simple curved wood structures to straight lines and to geometrical outlines. Compared to other chairs, these are definitely priced much lower, around $150 and above per piece.
Your key consideration when choosing for comfort is the seat height and depth. The height of the person who will be using the chair must be taken into account. If the chair is too big in both height and depth it will be uncomfortable for a smaller person. Conversely, if it is too small in height and depth, it will be uncomfortable for a taller person. A general rule of thumb in terms of seat height and depth is that your hip height should be slightly above your knee height with feet flat on the floor when seated so be sure to test this with any prospective chair.
Amongst the wide range of occasional chairs available today the wingback chair has perhaps the most enduring pedigree. Few people browsing for furniture for their home today realise that the wing chair has a history spanning hundreds of years. The wingback chair is a chair, which is usually fully upholstered, with wings rising up from the arm and joining the back at a 90-degree or wider angle. The original purpose for the wings were assumed to be to prevent drafts in old houses from reaching the upper body or to protect the delicate skin of gentrified ladies from the heat of a roaring fire in the hearth. As one of the oldest and most popular forms of furniture, the wing chair, also known as a fireside chair or an easy chair, is easily recognized by its pair of protruding wings, its considerable depth, its dramatic presence, and its upholstered framework. The first wing chair appeared in the late 1600s, but it was not until after 1720 that its popularity became widespread.
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